|Frame||Moose Bike Co. 4130 Chromoly Steel|
|Fork||Moose Bike Co. 4130 Chromoly Steel|
|Headset||1 1/8 Straight Threadless|
|Handlebar||Moose Bike Co. dia. 25.4|
|Stem||Moose Bike Co. Alloy 80mm|
|Seatpost||Moose Bike Co. Alloy 27.2mm x 300mm|
|Rims||Moose Bike Co. 32H with CNC machined sidewall|
|Tires||Kenda K-West 700x25c|
|Hubs (Fr/Rr)||Quando sealed bearing with flip flop hub (16t)|
|Spoke||14g stainless steel|
|Crankset||Moose Bike Co. Alloy 170mm x 46t|
|Brakes||Moose Bike Co. Alloy Dual Pivot|
|Saddle||Moose Bike Co. Leatherette|
|Pedals||Moose Bike Co. 9/16|
Our Moose however, in terms of pure performance, do not compare to pro cyclist bicycles that weight less than newborns and that cost thousands of dollars. For urban riders, this represents a twofold advanrage: for one, our Moose, evidently heavier than Tour de France's bikes, are much tougher and resist well to the punishment of Canada's roads. Second, you just do not want to lock up a bike that cost you two our three times your montly appartment rent; you never know what can happen. Although being very high-quality rides, our Moose are affordable, which makes them less susceptible to robbery.
Just follow this size chart so you can get your hands on the perfect beast.
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to ask us using our live chat or email us at Info@moosebicycle.com.
|size||top tube||head tube||fork offset||seat tube||chain stay||head tube angle||middle tube angle||down tube angle||chain stay angle|
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